ARTICLES - Business and Industry-Practice Management - LIVING UP TO EXPECTATIONS? - CPAs who've switched from public practice to industry have a unique vantage point when it comes to working with their companies' accounting firms. Here they share what they're looking for in a CPA firm
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Journal of accountancy : publication of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. - Jersey City, NJ : Inst., ISSN 0021-8448, ZDB-ID 2193590. - Vol. 188.1999, 4, p. 35-40
VISIONARY: THE CPA's NEW ROLE - At the core of the CPA Vision Project is a process called visioning--working out different scenarios of the future, choosing the best and then striving to make it happen. Visioning is a rigorous, intellectual effort involving insight and analysis, but at the same time it's an exhilarating, creative process that empowers CPAs to dream the best dream they can and make ...
Carlozzi, Catherine L., (1998)
VIEWS OF THE NEW TAX ACT - How are CPAs handling the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997? The Journal spoke with five CPAs who work with and for individual, small business and corporate taxpayers. They agreed the new law increases the complexity of an already challenging tax system.
Carlozzi, Catherine L., (1997)
ARTICLES - Professional Issues-Case Studies - DIVERSITY IS GOOD FOR BUSINESS - Two managing partners whose firms have made a commitment to diversity share their experiences and strategies for recruiting and retaining minority employees
Carlozzi, Catherine L., (1999)
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